Share thoughts, models, inspirations around the use of video and screencasting in teaching...
Sal Khan and others have explored the model of "flipped instruction" which invokes the idea of self-paced, or highly differentiated mastery learning using some amount video content.
Dan Meyers and others critique the simple screencast tutorial, with direct instruction as the dominant modality, as a replication of an ineffective practice that shortchanges higher order thinking and short-sells the importance of live interaction, presenting an alternative vision of video and tech usage in the service of "perplexity" as he calls it.
Enter the fray! Share your thoughts and links to inspiring resources around the use of video and screencasting in teaching. Can the visions presented by Khan and Meyers coexist in the same classroom?